– Curly and Harrison understand emission polarization rotation by plasmonic nanorods!

Tiancheng Curly Zuo collaborated with Harrison Goldwyn from the Masiello Lab at the University of Washington to use a combination of single-molecule microscopy and analytical theory to understand how far-field interference and off-resonant coupling contribute to the rotation of dye emission by plasmonic nanorods.

  • T. Zuo, H.J. Goldwyn, B.P. Isaacoff, D.J. Masiello* and J.S. Biteen*, “Rotation of Single-Molecule Emission Polarization by Plasmonic Nanorods,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters,  10 15047-5054 (2019). DOI.